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Guitar vs. Gravity

Guitar vs. Gravity

Guitar vs. Gravity


Originally formed as a recording project by Ben Adrian (formerly of Replicator, the Librarians, Sunflower Conspiracy, and many more unknown bands), he made the mistake of writing songs he wanted to play live. He tried a number of lineups, and they all failed. Eventually, he asked Stephen Pride (currently of Collisionville) if he wanted to help out with some recording and a couple live shows. Stephen was quickly shackled, handed a bass, and made unable to escape. Read more on Last.fm
Originally formed as a recording project by Ben Adrian (formerly of Replicator, the Librarians, Sunflower Conspiracy, and many more unknown bands), he made the mistake of writing songs he wanted to play live. He tried a number of lineups, and they all failed. Eventually, he asked Stephen Pride (currently of Collisionville) if he wanted to help out with some recording and a couple live shows. Stephen was quickly shackled, handed a bass, and made unable to escape.

A while later, Ben's friend David Shollenbarger (formerly of Agent Orange and Blood on the Saddle) answered an ad for a drummer, not knowing Ben had placed it. Whoops. David was also quickly shackled and tossed into the slave ship. The band is considered active, as well as douchebags. When not playing music, the band isn't playing music, and therefor it is of no concern.

The entire first album, Home Deprived, is currently available free online: http://www.feedbackloop.net/gvsg/music.html The second album, is being molested for songs for an EP, which should be in existence shortly. Writing in the third person is weird. I'm bored. Read more on Last.fm.

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